Vehicle Accidents

Medical bills, missed time at work, and dealing with insurance companies can make the aftermath of a car accident extremely difficult. Victims of major crashes that result in serious injuries, or that require hospitalization or medical treatment may need help paying medical bills, and dealing with the loss of income and many other expenses that come with recovering from a serious injury.

1 in 4 Truckers Has Admitted to Falling Asleep While Driving

Truck drivers have a responsibility unlike any other driver on the road. While the rest of us must operate and control 3,000-pound vehicles safely, truck drivers are responsible for operating 80,000-pound …

Drunk Driving Injures 12,000 People in Florida Every Year

More than 1.2 million drivers are arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs every year. These drunk drivers cause a fatal crash every 51 minutes, leading …

Even Low-Impact Collisions Can Cause Serious Injuries

Rear-end accidents are the most common car accidents in the country, and according to the National Safety Council, over 2.5 million rear-end accidents occur every year. These accidents range from …

Don’t Let Neck Pain Go Untreated After an Auto Accident

Neck injuries are extremely common after a car accident. Yet the majority of accident victims fail to report these injuries—largely because they are afraid that they will be met with skepticism …

5 Things to Consider When Hiring a Car Accident Lawyer

After a car accident, there may be many questions running through your mind. How will I get my car repaired? Who will pay all of these medical bills? When will I be able …

Study Finds That Car Accident Costs Are on the Rise

The Insurance Research Council released their findings of auto injury claim trends and the results have insurance adjusters somewhat baffled. From 2007-2012, the average claimed economic losses, which include medical …

Ways to Prevent an Underride or Rear-Impact Truck Accident

South Florida, particularly Miami and Fort Lauderdale, is a popular destination for a variety of large commercial trucks and big rigs. From organic produce to hazardous chemicals, commercial trucks populate the freeways …

Toyota and GM Carmakers Concealing Safety Defects

Toyota and GM have both been in the news lately for concealing safety defects from the general public, resulting in numerous injuries and deaths. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder Jr., …

What Are the Top Causes of Car Accidents in South Florida?

Not all vehicle accidents will end up in litigation. If nobody gets injured, or injuries are minor, it might be possible to resolve any claim for medical expenses and damaged …

Will Your Insurance Be Enough After an Auto Accident?

To legally drive in Florida, you must purchase $10,000 in property damage coverage and $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) to pay toward medical bills. Since Florida is a no-fault car …